Only 2 Days To Sign Up For The Chicago Seminar

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Win Schaeffer, who together with Rick, The Frugal Travel Guy, is organizing the Chicago seminar reminded me that the last date for registrations is this Friday – October 15 14, 2011.  Yes, that’s 2 days away!

There is lots more information about the seminars on the FlyerTalk thread.

There is a Halloween party on Saturday night, so you may be able to see Mommy Points as a pirate rock star, Frugal Travel Guy, the great sport that he is, will wear the infamous Verizon headphones, and One Mile at at Time and yours truly will be dressed as themselves!

Here’s what I said about the Chicago seminars earlier:

The Chicago Seminars are a nice way for beginners to learn more about the miles and points game, and how to earn and redeem miles and points.

“You also get to meet some of the bloggers and other famous names including Pudding Guy (who earned millions of miles by buying, ummm, lots of pudding), Mr Pickles who ordered millions of coins from the mint, and Beaubo who was interrogated by the Drug Enforcement Administration for flying farmers back and forth the Golden TriangleRandy Petersen who started this obsession will also be there!

Rick, the Frugal Travel Guy, is organizing the event, and Gary from View From The Wing, Brian, The Points Guy, and Ben from One Mile at a Time will be speaking.”

 If you still haven’t booked your ticket and are using miles for your ticket you may be able to save the late ticketing fee which  American Airlines and United charge for last minute award tickets.

I’m looking forward to meeting you there!

Full Disclosure:  I’m one of the sponsors of the Chicago seminars.

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